- Year 8 Visit to Leeds Armouries
- Library Creates a Buzz of Excitement
- Success at East Midlands Trampolining Competition
- The World's Biggest Coffee Morning
- Expedition Across Edale
- Year 9 Student Wins NKDC Election
- Education Through Animals
- Girls Netball Success
- Huge Career Opportunities at St George’s
- Let Them Eat Cake
Talk of the Town
It was yet another successful night at this year’s Sleaford Rotary Club Youth Speaks event, which was hosted by the Rotary Club at Kesteven and Sleaford High School. St George’s Academy came away with a phenomenal eight out of the eleven available awards. We want to say a huge well done to everyone involved but a special mention goes the following students:
Winners of the Senior competition on the topic: Building a better Britain!
Adam (Chair), Emmet (Speaker) and Ellis (Vote of Thanks) - St. George’s Academy, Sleaford campus
Emmet also won the award for Best speaker and Ellis won Best VoT.
Runners up of the Senior competition on the topic: What can influence teenage development?
George (Chair), Chloe (Speaker), and Daniel (Vote of Thanks) - St. George’s Academy, Ruskington campus
Joint runners up in the Intermediate competition on the topic: Unheard voices
Emily (Chair), Hannah (Speaker), and Olivia (Vote of Thanks) - St. George’s Academy, Ruskington campus
Hannah also won Best speaker
Joint runners up in the Intermediate competition on the topic: Re-energising the UK!
Holly (Chair), Rylee (Speaker), and Matthew (Vote of Thanks) - St. George’s Academy, Sleaford campus
All four teams go through to the next round of the Youth Speaks competition in February.
Another team represented the Ruskington campus in the intermediate competition were Abigail (Chair), Charlotte (Speaker) and Anya (Vote of Thanks). Although they will not progress, they did a fantastic job and Abigail also walked off with the Best Chair Award.
Mr Baldwin said, “it was a fantastic event, and we hope to keep the St. George’s Academy success story going into 2020”